The Police and Fire-Rescue departments work together within our communities to provide the highest level of quality service and protection. From neighborhood watch to 9-1-1 services, our team is here for you 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Staying informed is essential to your successful preparedness during an emergency. Visit these resources for information on Current Incidents, Mitigation, Preparedness, Partners, and to learn more about the City of San Diego’s dissemination of emergency incident updates:
Sign up for AlertSanDiego to get safety information delivered directly to your phone. The City of San Diego adopted the county-wide notification system to assist in the safe evacuation of area residents and businesses. If you registered with the City's previous emergency notification system (i.e. Reverse 911®) before or on Jan. 22, 2009, your data is already loaded into the Alert San Diego system. For questions and concerns, see the Frequently Asked Questions or call (619) 533-6760.
Accessible AlertSanDiego for American Sign Language (ASL) provides emergency notifications to residents of San Diego County who are deaf, blind, hard of hearing, and deaf/blind before, during, and after a disaster. To receive these alerts in American Sign Language (ASL) format, click on the link and select 'ASL' in Step 3 - Accessible Option.